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dol·ma

 (dôl′mə, -mä)
n. pl. dol·mas or dol·ma·des (dôl-mä′dĕs)
A fruit or vegetable, especially a grape leaf or cabbage leaf, cooked with a filling of ground meat, herbs, or rice.

[Turkish dolma and Modern Greek dolmás, dolmád- (Modern Greek, from Turkish), from verbal noun of Turkish dolmak, to fill, be full; akin to Old Turkic tōl-, from passive of tō-, to close, block.]

dolma

(ˈdɒlmə; -mɑː)
n, pl dolmas or dolmades (dɒlˈmɑːdiːz)
(Cookery) a vine leaf stuffed with a filling of meat and rice
[C19: Turkish dolma literally something filled]

dol•ma

(ˈdɔl mə, -mɑ)

n.
a vine leaf or vegetable stuffed with a savory mixture, as of ground meat and rice.
[1885–90; < Turkish dolma literally, something filled, filling =dol- fill + -ma suffix of deverbal nouns]
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Mahshi Warak Enab: or Dolmades or Stuffed vine Leaves.
CHOOSE: Vegetable dolmades (stuffed vine leaves), humous or tzatziki with vegetable crudites, chicken or fish souvlaki, grilled fish, Greek salads and grilled fruit with yoghurt.
The reasonably-priced menu is packed with a selection of tasty Greek dishes and starters include dolmades, garlic mushrooms and grilled halloumi while the mains includes meat, fish and vegetarian options.
Authentic Greek cuisine with homemade and traditional recipes, moussaka, pastichio, dolmades, lambchops, spanakopita and so many more.
WORCESTER -- Lamb shish-kebab, moussaka, pastichio, spanakopita, triopita, dolmades, keftethes, loukoumades, baklava, koulourakia, galaktobouriko and loukaniko are some of the Greek dishes being served as part of St.
I had the classic dolmades, which were stuffed vine leaves; they were so flavorful, due to the aromatic herbs like fresh dill and parsley and rice, it had tsatziki, which is made of strained yogurt, mixed with cucumbers, garlic, salt and olive.
TOP TIP: This famous Turkish dish, known as dolmades, makes an ideal lunch or side dish.
AIt sounds like dolmades - a stuffed vine leaf that is popular in Greece.
The roving chefs wanted to try out mother-of-two Ira's fantastic homemade dolmades and pasticio in order to highlight the unsung heroines of the nation's food heritage - mums.
The Hairies wanted to try out mother-of-two Ira's fantastic homemade dolmades and pasticio in order to highlight the unsung heroines of the nation's food heritage - mums.
Curry was eaten with chutney, Greek dolmades went with tzatsiki and sweet and sour chicken partnered egg-fried rice.
They included tzatzike - a yoghurt dip with cucumber, garlic, dill and olive oil; taramasalata - cod roe with onion, olive oil and lemon juice; houmous - chick pea dip with tahini, garlic, olive oil and lemon juice; marinated kalamata olives and feta; and one of our favourites, dolmades - stuffed vine leaves with rice and herbs.